LiveScience: When your head hits the pillow, for many it’s lights out for the conscious part of you. But the cells firing in your brain are very much awake, sparking enough energy to produce the sometimes vivid and sometimes downright haunted dreams that take place during the rapid-eye-movement stage of More
Positive Psychology News Daily: Are you a professor teaching a class on psychology — or perhaps another discipline that relies on psychology, such as management science? Are you putting the final tweaks on your course syllabus? Then consider this: Wikipedia has been shown to be the most important source of More
TIME: Is fame more important to tweens than it used to be? A new study suggests that young kids of this decade are vastly more familiar with and are more likely to value individualistic personality traits like fame, achievement and wealth than kids of past eras — way back before More
Yale University psychologist Alan Kazdin began his James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award Address at the APS Annual Convention in a rather unusual manner. He declared that the kind of work he’s done in his career — work that not only advanced clinical interventions, but that merited the award for which More
Inside The Psychologist’s Studio with Janet Taylor Spence Interviewed by Kay Deaux at the 22nd APS Annual Convention in Boston, MA, May 28, 2010. Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformative Early Career Contributions Remembering Janet Taylor Spence See more interviews with legends of psychological science here. More
Moving Visual Research Out of the Lab and Into Real-World Settings It might not seem like it when you are looking for those missing car keys (for the third time this week), but humans are adept at visual searching. Our attention processes zero in on likely candidates while collecting only More
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